Language Packs For Gingerbread Keyboard
If you’ve got your hands on the keyboard from Google’s latest sweet, the Gingerbread SDK, then you might be interested in the language packs that XDA forum member zipredictive has packaged up.
The forum member has created 5 zip files with 5 different language packs for the new Android Gingerbread keyboard: IT, SV, ES, FR, DE as well as the English version of course.
It is advisable to perform a nand backup, toggle signature verify off and flash in recovery.
Currently, there is no multi-language functionality and the dev notes that copy/paste does not work. However, if you experience any issues, please report in the thread.
To download the zips and provide feedback, visit the modification thread.
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